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About BrimstoneJerome

  • Birthday 03/14/1987

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  1. I shot my first match in March 1999 just before my 12th birthday. My uncle Mal Pais Mike set me up with a Rossi 92 in 357, one ruger 3 screw black hawk, one ruger new model Black Hawk (both in 357) and a stoeger 20 gauge double. At that point I had been shooting since age four. I had a scrawny 6th grader frame. To the best of my recollection I had no problem with 357 125 grain cowboy loads. Double was a bit of a pain point, 20 gauge federal shucked fine bu kicked harder than double As. I switched to a 98 in 12 gauge and sg shooting became better/more enjoyable/I shot faster stages. Unless their is younger shooter following to justify a set of .22s, go for the .38 and light 12 gauge loads. I have a 6 year old I will get started in two years or so, she has a brother 2 years the jr. I might get into some 22s but if they were older and demonstrated competencies like your boy, I’d go .38. Just my mileage. Brim
  2. 2.8 grains will give you about 700 fps with a 105 out of a 4 5/8 Ruger. I shoot that in the pistol and the same bullet with 3.5 grains of Clays in the rifle.

  3. Thanks pard. My info is Melvin Morford 20383 e 43rd ave Denver colo 80249. Send me your shipping info so I can get it ready to go.

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